Strategic Management Of Learning Committee Empowerment In Increasing The Quality Of Learning At School Mover (Case Study At Smpn 2 Garut And Smp Plus Nuurul Muttaqiin)

Jajang Supriatna ,Hendi S.Muhtar ,Faiz KarimFatkhullah ,Nandang Koswara
Keywords: learning committee empowerment, strategic management, schools mover ,


The learning committee empowerment program as a forum for transformative, participatory and sustainable school community awareness activities to improve the ability of supervisors, principals and teachers in an effort to deal with fundamental issues through decision making, implementing actions and evaluating them to realize the vision, mission and goals of Indonesian education who are progressive, sovereign, independent, and have personality so as to create Pancasila Students. So far, the results of the Teacher mover Program are learning leaders who encourage holistic, active and proactive student growth and development in developing learning that is instilled in students, as well as being role models and agents of the educational transformation ecosystem, such as losing a host and the direction of program implementation after completion of training. Thus, the School Mover Program acts as a catalyst and a driving force for teachers to realize the vision of Indonesian education with a focus on developing student learning outcomes holistically which includes competence (literacy and numeracy) and character, starting with superior human resources (principals and teachers). However, these two programs still seem to be running independently and are not irrational. The formula for learning committees is important to create a common view between the driving teacher and the driving force of the school. Studies so that the learning committee has strengths, among others, by studying problems in analyzing the environment, planning, formulating, implementing program strategies, evaluating, finding solutions to solve the problem, so that it becomes the basic for the learning committee empowerment program. During this research, data collection used instrument interviews, questionnaires, observation and documentation studies and then the results were described using a qualitative approach so that they became a conclusion, implicit and recommendations as well as a product empowerment program